IonLoop announces a “Pass One Forward” effort to support law enforcement

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Blue & Brave IonLoop is gaining momentum through the You Buy 1 / We Give 1 National "PASS ONE FORWARD" program

“These men & women put their lives on the line each and every day for us…show them that you care” said Bob Gotfredson IonLoop Co-Founder.

IonLoop launches a program to recognize and support the complicated and difficult mission of law enforcement using the Blue & Brave negative ion + magnet bracelet. For every Blue & Brave bracelet that is sold on the company will “PASS ONE FORWARD” to a Police officer. The company invites its loyal clients to consider not only wearing a bracelet in support but to buy an extra Loop and “PASS ONE FORWARD” to an officer in their local area.

“These men & women put their lives on the line each and every day for us…show them that you care by presenting an officer that you might know in your town with a bracelet in recognition of a job well done,” said Bob Gotfredson IonLoop Co-Founder. “We are hoping that our customers will send us photos of officers wearing their own Blue & Brave bracelets so we can proudly post them on Facebook and the website,” Gotfredson added.

IonLoop is America’s favorite sports bracelet company featuring a large selection of stylish bracelets, watches, and necklaces with negative ion + magnet technology. These products are worn worldwide by athletics as well as individuals just like you and me with an active lifestyle.

The negative ion properties are manufactured into the silicone bands themselves and will not lose their effectiveness over time. The bracelets also contain two small but powerful magnets that are carefully assembled so that they alternate the polarity of each magnet; we believe this manufacturing process may be adding another dimension to the potential stimulus that the magnets may have on the chemistry of the human body.

For more information on our technology and we encourage you to visit our website at

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